I find python permits very readable code for the most common tasks (though things can get a bit ugly if you need to do metaprogramming or otherwise get at the plumbing). It's just pleasant to work with, and the very well-developed ecosystem means much less time is spent re-implementing things.
Rather than Django, I prefer Flask, which works well for both larger and smaller projects. I've yet to find a case where I felt like using Flask rather than something heavier was hindering me.
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